We know this health habit is pretty old news but, trust us, it’s worth heeding.
The sooner you identify dental problems, the sooner you can solve them and prevent cavities and further decay from happening.
Make it a point to book your next appointment in advance the next time you’re at the dentist.
Flossing helps to prevent gum disease from striking in your 30s and 40s so be sure start if you haven’t done so.
3. Use Sunscreen
Sunscreen is huge in the beauty industry now and it’s for good reason. Your skin gets more vulnerable as you age and sunscreen helps to prevent premature dark spots from forming and keep your skin glowing for longer. So, slap it on!
4. Go For Your PAP Smears
Once again, it’s important to make appointments for these health check ups to rule out any diseases and prevent them from happening.
5. Drink More Water Than Sugared Drinks
Make it a habit to drink more water than soda, juice and coffee in a day so your body stays hydrated and detoxes itself off impurities.
6. Eat Proper Meals
We can’t stress enough how important it is to eat three square meals a day and drink enough water each time so your blood sugar levels don’t sky rocket and crash.
Eating regularly also helps you lose weight because your body regulates its metabolism.
7. Stop Eating Processed Food
A cup noodle once in a while is fine but put your health first and be sure to eat properly on a daily basis.
Better still, learn how to cook simple meals yourself and take them to work!
8. Get Active
Whether it’s walking or yoga, make it a point to get active each day and move consistently for about 30 minutes a day.
9. Pay Your Bills On Time
Whether it’s a phone bill, credit card bill or even a parking fine, make it a point to pay for things on time so debt doesn’t accumulate.
10. Manage Your Money Better
As you get older, make it a point to know how much you’re spending on different aspects of your life and learn to manage them better.